Firecraft™ 550 FireCord Necklace

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The first wearable fire starter necklace with all the tools to get a flame!

Scraper, Firesteel, Tinder, and Paracord sleekly and stylishly combined into a modern unisex necklace.

While your friends might compliment the look of your new necklace, they'll have no idea that it's a complete fire starting kit hanging from your neck. An essential piece of gear to have while you're exploring the outdoors, but it's likely to become an integral part of your everyday carry ensemble. Wear it in the shower, wear it to sleep, wear on a summit attempt, or diving a reef. Whenever and wherever, wear this line around your neck, so your neck is never on the line!

  • Custom Ceramic Scraper
  • Ferrocerium Mischmetal Toggle - "Firesteel" rod
  • 550lb rated Paracord - "550 FireCord"
  • 30in/76cm of Firestarting Tinder
  • Tied with traditional mountaineering knot, the Alpine Butterfly
  • Choice of Black and Olive Drab
  • Breakaway Safety Clasp
  • Resizable



Reviews (26)

big Oct 31st 2017

Cool concept

Have to say that Im impressed with this necklace. Kinda cool looking, comfortable and quite functional. A bit expensive (should be more in the $15 range). Highly recommend though.

P. Guerraz Sep 15th 2017

Mankind's best achievement

Fire brought humans from primal animals to civilisations. With this well-made necklace you can keep a reliable mean to achieve this step on you all day long.



24.5" - Can be cut and remelted to shorten overall length for more snug fit
550 FireCord:
Untied length 30" - 7 inner strands of twisted nylon - Red inner strand of tinder - Made in USA
Diameter 0.3" (8mm) - Length 1" (25mm) - Chamfered edges for comfort - Ferrocerium material can be scraped slowly to produce flammable shavings or scraped quickly to throw sparks - Shavings burn at 5,500F (3,000C) - Works even when wet
Ceramic Pendant:
White Zirconia Ceramic - Will not dull or corrode
Worry Less Lifetime Warranty
Made In USA:
Handcrafted in Texas